Lexicon  ›  Where

Terni

Headquarters of: Acciai Speciali Terni, TerniEnergia.
Birthplace of: Enrico Micheli, Claudio Petruccioli.
Famous for: Marmora Falls.
Leading political party: centre-left Democratic Party.

Population 112,227
Italian population 59,685,227
Ranking of the city in terms of population 41

Source: Istat, 2013


1) Wealth
Gdp per capita EUR/year, 2014

3) Consumption
Per capita expenditure in cars,
motorbikes and electronics
EUR/year, 2014

5) Exports

7) Bank deposits
Bank deposits per capita EUR

9) Entrepreneurship
Registered companies per 100 inhabitants

2) Unemployment
Unemployment rate

4) Justice system
Ratio of judgements per pending/new cases
in 2014 x 100

6) ICT diffusion
Broadband coverage (% of population)

8) Youth
Share of population under the age of 30

10) Education
N. of graduates every 1,000 people aged
between 25 and 30 in 2014
Sources: (1) Istituto Tagliacarne, (2) Istat, (3) Findomestic, (4) Ministry of Justice, (5) Prometeia, (6) Osservatorio Banda Larga, (7) Abi-Bankitalia, (8) Datagiovani, (9) Infocamere, (10) Ministry of education

19 results for "Terni"

Order by: newest | oldest | relevance

  1. Business and economy

    The steel sector needs strategic thinking and more effective rules for foreign investors

    by Paolo Bricco

    IT
    24 Exclusive content for IT24

    The Italian manufacturing system is experiencing the most difficult recession since 1929. Today the industrial triangle is made up of three players from the Italian iron and steel industry, a sector badly hit by the crisis: Taranto, Piombino and Terni. The political-economic decisions being made now by Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's government will have repercussions on the Italian economy in the coming years. The case of the iron and steel industry is emblematic. There was ...

  2. Business and economy

    The paradox of a government trying to liberalize job market while saving the national steel industry

    by Paolo Bricco

    IT
    24 Exclusive content for IT24

    Italy is famous for its luxury cars (Ferrari and Maserati), for its motorbikes (Ducati and Guzzi), for its furniture (Flexform and Poltrona Frau), and for its home appliances (Smeg and Indesit). All these products have something in common: they contain metal. Italy is a transforming economy. Since the '50s economic boom (remember the happy and industrious Italy portrayed in “Roman Holiday”, starring Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn?), the country has shaped its industry ...